Green Bay Packers have four starters inactive vs. Seattle Seahawks

Jim Owczarski
Packers News
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Green Bay Packers linebacker Nick Perry (53) during an NFL preseason game at Lambeau Field on Thursday, August 16, 2018 in Green Bay, Wis.

SEATTLE - The Green Bay Packers didn't travel a handful of players to Seattle on Tuesday in an effort to see if an extra day of rehab back home could get them ready for Thursday night's contest against the Seahawks, but Wednesday the club ruled wide receiver Randall Cobb (hamstring), cornerback Kevin King (hamstring), safety Kentrell Brice (ankle) and linebacker Nick Perry (knee) out.

All are starters for the Packers and they headline the team's seven official inactive players.

Cobb has now missed five games and King has missed four and parts of two others. 

Backup offensive lineman Lucas Patrick was doubtful for the game with a concussion he suffered returning a kick against Miami. He was also declared inactive.

Other inactive players for the Packers are third-string quarterback Tim Boyle and backup offensive lineman Alex Light.

Kick returner Trevor Davis was activated off injured reserve earlier in the day Thursday, filling out the Packers' 53-man roster. He is active. 

Linebacker K.J. Wright headlines the inactive list for Seattle. 

Also inactive for the Seahawks are: 

  • Dion Jordan, DL
  • Poona Ford, DL
  • Ethan Pocic, OL 
  • Delano Hill, S
  • Neiko Thorpe, CB
  • C.J. Prosise, RB
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